Campaign Off to a Fierce Start | Beta Briefing

Campaign Off to a Fierce Start

Source: Beta
Archive / Analysis | 25.10.23 | access_time 22:21

The National Assembly of Serbia reconvened for its fall session on Oct. 24, launching the sitting with a discussion of 186 amendments to the proposed budget for 2024. (BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC)

Although elections haven’t been called yet, the Serbian Progressive Party informally kicked off its campaign in Sabac, where it celebrated its 15th anniversary. The speeches at the rally, as well as other public appearances by party representatives, show that the Progressives plan to focus on the unpopular leader of the opposition, Dragan Djilas. The opposition is already lagging behind the authorities in the campaign as the format for its participation in the elections remains unknown on both of its poles.

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